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    Hope everyone is happy and doing well. I know times are rough however times can be better as a group making it better. God Bless my diecast folks.
    Due to the recent budget cuts,
    the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
    current state of the economy, the light at the end
    of the tunnel has been turned off.

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    Nice pics Daniel. I have an older church member who is now in the nursing home who would always come out of church every Sunday, look at me with a smile and say - "I go up this morning. I got dressed. I am here. It is going to be a good day!" Even though his life has changed a bit with him now in the nursing home that is still is basic message - indeed - life is good even in the rough times.

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      every day that you wake up on the daylight side of the grass is a good day. Retired last year after being off on medical for almost a year. Lovin' it so much. Should of retired 30 years ago. And to top it off , all my medical issues have almost almost gone away, knock on wood, having no breathing issue at all.
      Mr. Bowtie
      Past President of the Diecast Liberation Movement & maybe possibly a member of the "Black With Flames" Classification Committee (if such an entity exists and has a classification committee) Which I deny ever being part of.

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        Originally posted by pjedsel View Post
        Nice pics Daniel. I have an older church member who is now in the nursing home who would always come out of church every Sunday, look at me with a smile and say - "I go up this morning. I got dressed. I am here. It is going to be a good day!" Even though his life has changed a bit with him now in the nursing home that is still is basic message - indeed - life is good even in the rough times.
        I had a friend at work that used to say, "Every day above ground is a good day." Thanks for visiting John I always enjoy hearing what you have to say. You are a man of God and with God-given wisdom, your words are welcome for the good of the soul. God Bless You, John, and your beautiful family and grandkids that I enjoy hearing about.
        Due to the recent budget cuts,
        the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
        current state of the economy, the light at the end
        of the tunnel has been turned off.

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          Originally posted by James View Post
          every day that you wake up on the daylight side of the grass is a good day. Retired last year after being off on medical for almost a year. Lovin' it so much. Should of retired 30 years ago. And to top it off, all my medical issues have almost almost gone away, knock on wood, having no breathing issue at all.
          I'm glad to hear that James, you know I too feel so much better retired. I get plenty of rest that I didn't get before working the twelve-hour shifts from 1900-0700 but the best thing is I read the bible from cover to cover well I didn't read Leviticus and I am more at peace!
          Due to the recent budget cuts,
          the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
          current state of the economy, the light at the end
          of the tunnel has been turned off.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by James View Post
            every day that you wake up on the daylight side of the grass is a good day. Retired last year after being off on medical for almost a year. Lovin' it so much. Should of retired 30 years ago. And to top it off , all my medical issues have almost almost gone away, knock on wood, having no breathing issue at all.
            That is great news James. Thought of you today as I drove past Cavanah's in Jamestown, ND knowing you have relatives who work there.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by James View Post
              every day that you wake up on the daylight side of the grass is a good day. Retired last year after being off on medical for almost a year. Lovin' it so much. Should of retired 30 years ago. And to top it off , all my medical issues have almost almost gone away, knock on wood, having no breathing issue at all.
              Funny how lack of stress can mend so much...
              The image file limits have been reset. Upper limits now are 100,000 when we have some images that exceed 5,000,000. I've set the pixels for no more than 1000 across the longest side, so if you resize to that all should be well. (The limits are larger than what I typically use, and my images turn out just fine, so I know it shouldn't be a problem)

              Thank you for your understanding.

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                Originally posted by pjedsel View Post

                That is great news James. Thought of you today as I drove past Cavanah's in Jamestown, ND knowing you have relatives who work there.
                Friends, aquaintenances, etc etc.... Cavendish Farms,
                Mr. Bowtie
                Past President of the Diecast Liberation Movement & maybe possibly a member of the "Black With Flames" Classification Committee (if such an entity exists and has a classification committee) Which I deny ever being part of.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Daniel View Post

                  I'm glad to hear that James, you know I too feel so much better retired. I get plenty of rest that I didn't get before working the twelve-hour shifts from 1900-0700 but the best thing is I read the bible from cover to cover well I didn't read Leviticus and I am more at peace!
                  Those 12 hour shifts are killers, I worked 2 12 hour days 0700 to 1900 and then 2 12 hour nights from 1900 to 0700 for 25 years..... glad I am done
                  Mr. Bowtie
                  Past President of the Diecast Liberation Movement & maybe possibly a member of the "Black With Flames" Classification Committee (if such an entity exists and has a classification committee) Which I deny ever being part of.

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